Paris Hilton in Bathing Suit is "Beach Barbie in Honeymoon Paradise"
Paris Hilton is on a never-ending honeymoon! Or at least it seems that way. She keeps posting and sharing photos from her magical time away, with husband Carter Reum. Her latest batch finds her on the beach. "Beach Barbie in Honeymoon Paradise," she captioned it. How does the 40-year-old stay so healthy while having so much fun? Read on to see 7 ways Paris Hilton stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!
She Eats This for Breakfast
"I love breakfast. That's one of my favorite meals," Hilton explained. "So every morning, I have either French toast or pancakes or a breakfast sandwich and cereal, like Lucky Charms or Frosted Flakes and fresh-squeezed orange juice and celery juice, if I'm trying to be healthy," she told The List. "While research has provided conflicting information about the link between breakfast and weight loss, a 2020 study published in the Endocrine Society's Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism revealed that people who eat a big breakfast (and smaller dinner) may burn twice as many calories as those who eat a small breakfast and larger dinner. Researchers concluded that people who fill up at breakfast can not only reduce their overall body weight but also ward off metabolic diseases," says our sister site Eat This, Not That!
This is Her Go-To Lunch
"And then for lunch, I love making sandwiches, with baguettes and turkey and cheddar cheese and lettuce and mayo and mustard, with fruit and smoothies," Hilton told the List. "While there are numerous delicious options to have for a midday meal, having a high protein lunch will help you feel full and keep you energized for the day. Plus, eating the proper amount of protein can actually help you lose weight, because protein helps you to feel full and satisfied," says Eat This, Not That!
She Once Swapped Burgers for Salads
"I lost about five pounds just from staying away from the Drive-Thrus," Paris told MailOnline. "I can feel the difference especially when I'm in a bathing suit." Eating too many fatty foods—especially those with trans-fats—can be damaging to your health and lead to visceral fat, the dangerous fat around your middle. "I used to eat that way, but I decided to change things this year," she said. "Now I don't do that. There are times when I will stop at a Carl's Jr, but I will maybe get a turkey burger or something healthier instead of a cheeseburger and fries. I am more careful now."
She Once Drank Green Smoothies
"I like green smoothies, they taste good and they make me feel more energetic," she told MailOnline. "I also like regular juices. I get a lot more vitamins these days, more fruits too, more vegetables, more protein, more salads."
She's Tried Pilates
"Some of the principles that guide the Pilates method include concentration on each movement, use of the abdomen and low back muscles, flowing movement patterns that are precise and a steady and controlled breathing. Depending on the exercise, Pilates routines can be performed on specially-designed apparatuses, including a bed-like structure called a reformer, or on a mat or blanket," says the Cleveland Clinic.
She Used to Play Ice Hockey
"I don't think people expect to hear this, but I grew up a tomboy. I would always play ice hockey, go skiing when I could. I would surf, ride bikes, swim. I love to work out outside. I have always been very active," she told the MailOnline.
She Prefers Outdoor Activities to the Gym
Here's some tips "for runners and cyclists:
- Choose your routes carefully to avoid high traffic areas.
- Try to run or ride on sidewalks or trails and avoid busy roads to reduce the odds of getting in an accident.
- Be mindful about the surfaces you touch when you're out. For instance, use your elbow to touch cross walk buttons instead of your hand.
- Remember to bring your sports water bottle or bag of nuts with you so you don't have to make an unnecessary refueling stop.
- Always stay at least six feet away from other people you might pass, and be sure to give proper notice when passing so you don't catch someone off guard. (Since we all seem to be a little on guard these days to begin with!)" says the Cleveland Clinic.